De'Longhi Magnifica ESAM4200 15-Bar Bean to Cup Espresso/Cappuccino Maker for £245.35 @ Amazon
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De'Longhi Magnifica ESAM4200 15-Bar Bean to Cup Espresso/Cappuccino Maker for £245.35 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Mar 2014
The number one selling De'longhi bean to cup coffee machine just got slightly cheaper at Amazon.

Item recently went very hot at £249.99 previously. Now reduced even further.

23 Comments

Original Poster

A few 3rd party sellers even cheaper than Amazon if anybody wants to take the risk.

We have this machine, well worth the money imo

Had it for over 3 years, lovely machine, perfect coffee with lavazza beans

kneale81

Beans to go with the machine here



Meh, this stuff could of been roasted 12 months ago. If you have a bean to cup, do yourself a favour and get your beans "roasted then posted"

coffeebeanshop.co.uk/

thezoidberg

Meh, this stuff could of been roasted 12 months ago. If you have a bean … Meh, this stuff could of been roasted 12 months ago. If you have a bean to cup, do yourself a favour and get your beans "roasted then posted"https://www.coffeebeanshop.co.uk/



I do buy freshly roasted beans, but these ones are a good deal for people on a budget.

Flubit could knock off another 20 quid.

good price op, ordered 2 x6 bags have some heat

nilatac

Had it for over 3 years, lovely machine, perfect coffee with lavazza beans


Bargain! Do the maths - if you make just one coffee a day over the two year warranty period the machine cost is averaged out at 32p per cup. Add another 30p for the cost of beans and you're still well below the cost of a coffee a day from S**bucks. Just don't expect to knock out a flat white with the plastic frothing gizmo.

Served me well for around 5 years. Paid more than £300. Had to repair it once (£80) during this time. Frother was a bit of a hassle so recently upgraded to PrimaDonna.

We have had these in tesco for 150 but in short supply so this is a decent deal, I'm waiting for them to come back in to get one myself and then replace my current Morphy Richards one with it, you can tell the difference when you spend a little extra money on decent brands as well so if you can afford this then you really shouldn't be buying budget beans

*Beans not brands :-P

kneale81

I do buy freshly roasted beans, but these ones are a good deal for people … I do buy freshly roasted beans, but these ones are a good deal for people on a budget.



Anyone who drops £250 on a coffee machine isn't on a budget.

I paid £180 for my bean-to-cup machine, and I consider myself on a budget. It's certainly more cost effective than buying a Tassimo, or one of them other contraptions.

Also, it's not just people who have bean-to-cup machines who buy beans and grind their own

slotbadger

Anyone who drops £250 on a coffee machine isn't on a budget.

I'm thinking of switching from my nespresso as we get through about £60 of capsules every couple of months. Seriously tempted by this but my better half loves a latte so I'd prefer one with a built in milk jug (mainly for convenience as I have 2 small kids rather than complete laziness!). I'm struggling to find one for under £400 though... I'd be interested to know if they are better than the aeroccino which came with my Krups machine as that was absolute garbage.

Fantastic machine - sold my nespresso machine on ebay without hesitation when I bought one of these.

Number

I'm thinking of switching from my nespresso as we get through about £60 … I'm thinking of switching from my nespresso as we get through about £60 of capsules every couple of months. Seriously tempted by this but my better half loves a latte so I'd prefer one with a built in milk jug (mainly for convenience as I have 2 small kids rather than complete laziness!). I'm struggling to find one for under £400 though... I'd be interested to know if they are better than the aeroccino which came with my Krups machine as that was absolute garbage.


Though built in milk jug is nice I am puzzled by why having two small kids makes it more desirable. I have four kids and cannot see the link. It takes about 15 seconds to switch to frothing once the coffee is made, the kids will survive that time.

blackrat62

Though built in milk jug is nice I am puzzled by why having two small … Though built in milk jug is nice I am puzzled by why having two small kids makes it more desirable. I have four kids and cannot see the link. It takes about 15 seconds to switch to frothing once the coffee is made, the kids will survive that time.


Alright you've got me... its pure laziness!! That said I'm still not sure I could operate a steam frother whilst holding a 2 month old. Very interested to know if the built in jugs actually deliver results as the reviews on amazon are mixed.

You can put your kids down and they will survive? I'm also confused at what your trying to get at?

This is a very good machine, I got one as a refurb for 125 from amazon but I would certainly pay this if it broke. That was 4 years ago, it is one simple pleasure I can now not live without. Get some hasbean coffee too.

I'd love one of these so have some heat. Sadly budget requires me to continue with my Burr grinder and Crappy machine... Boo hoo

So tempting. After you've manually ground up bags and bags of beans it gets a little bit tiring.

250 bean to cup have been available for ages sure this was one of them.
£4 off bargain
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